Forestry Property Manager (2 positions)

Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources
Woodruff, WI
Job Category
Full time Positions
$64,480 - $68,640 annually
Start Date
Last Date to Apply
These positions are responsible for the administrative oversight and management of responsibilities and activities associated with the Northern Highland – American Legion State Forest and the Willow Flowage Scenic Waters Area. The positions play several instrumental and interdependent roles for the Division in managing State Forest properties. These include serving as cross-program liaison, leader and collaborator in order to effectively integrate Division of Forestry priorities and strategies with other WI DNR functions, including law enforcement, recreation, real estate and others. These positions serve as the face of and ambassador for Forestry with partner and customer groups, citizen and citizen groups, the media, industry leaders, tribal leaders, and governmental and educational representatives. The application deadline is Sunday, November 27th at 11:59 p.m. CST. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity! To view the job posting and for more information on how to apply, visit Wisc.Jobs and search for job ID#8233:
Required: • Professional-level work experience related to natural resources management OR management of a public recreational property • Experience related to natural resource public property planning • Experience working in collaboration with external partners, including at least three (3) of the following: landowners, state officials, local or county officials, and/or user groups Preferred qualifications include a combination of the following: Professional-level work experience in at least three of the following programs: • Forest management • Wildlife or habitat management • Outdoor recreation management • Natural resources law enforcement • Bachelor’s degree or higher related to natural resources may be substituted for one program area Experience in three or more of the following: • Conducting natural resource planning for a public property • Drafting property plan proposals, amendments or variances • Overseeing implementation of a public property management plan or complex project on public lands • Establishing timber sales • Conducting other silvicultural projects besides timber sales • Managing a budget for a project • Managing and monitoring equipment or human resource allocations for a property or project • Overseeing implementation of contract provisions for a project other than timber sales
Contact Person
Randi Hormig:
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